sadly the english language doesn't have such word :/ spanish does though
gustas (means like)
quiero (this would be the word between love and like , literally it means i want you, but it's never taken in a dirty way)
amo (which means love)
So thats where that fucking Taco Bell dog got that! :O "Yo Quiero Taco Bell"
@721750 (patrickmajor): Actually it means that the persons wants to eat in Taco Bell but I'm not going to bust your bubble. :)
Have gained even more respect for the Spanish language :)
Infatuated, because that's what it is really.
I think about this all the time!
Usually people refer to "like like" haha but that just sounds corny
haha yeah that was in like 5th or 6th grade... now its all "omg i lovee youu<33" NO YOU DONT haha its so annoying
I think fancy would fit.
Thats what i thought of
Elementary school style: Like-like.
EXACTLY what i was thinking when i read the post.
I was at my brother's middle school, stuffing their candy grams. This one had a note that said, "I thought you should know...I like-like you."
I thought it was adorable.
It's called "really like."
"do you like him or do you liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiike him?"
That's the new word. :]
I shall use that word from now on :D if I can remember it hahaha
EXACTLY. Because I'm pretty sure i don't LOVE him but i know i dont just "like" him.
I am INFATUATED with you :)
why just teens?
I'm guessing they meant because teens think the way they feel about somebody is beyond liking them, so they want to use the word "love," but don't want to sound stupid and have people yelling at them, telling them that they couldn't possibly love the person.
thats very border-line love, if not the same as
True, but not always
one out of a million people might get that.
Sayang- It's the Indonesian word between like and love.
Repeat, but still...
I thought the order was:
Love but not really
How about lohe?
Thats the word I use with my friends anyway
I think that's too close to 'loathe'
I guess, but it is pronounced low-he
I adore you!
Are you stupid?
Hahah. I'm 19 and I still do this to understand if my friends like someone or not. "So... You like him? Or like... Like like him?" It'll never get old.
If you don't get too technical, the work "lust" fits in between pretty snuggly. I know the definition says what it says, but words can and are loosely translated. Not to mention their definitions change over time. Look at UrbanDictionary!
P.S. They asked me to add 5+8 below and I almost didn't know what it was. It is way too early.
I've got feelings for you?
I adore you?
I really like you?
admire? Like I less than love you, but I more than like you... So I admire you...
Like you would know Batman; you work alone o.O
But thats usually asociated with role models, in my opinion
For a while my boyfriend and I said 'I lovike you'
A friend of mine says "I'm hard for her" instead of 'like' or 'love'